How does Frost present nature in this poem? The following questions may help you to think of an answer.


Q.2 :- How does Frost present nature in this poem? The following questions may help you to think of an answer.

 

Answer :-

The poet Robert Frost explains a vivid picture of the nature. For him a crow is playful creature hopping from one branch to another. The hemlock tree is a poisonous plant with small white flowers. This explains the coexistence of diverse moods in nature. The poet’s initial mood can be compared to that of a hemlock tree, and the later mood is like that of a flower. Snow flakes are explained as something which should be enjoyed. Moreover, the contrast of black crow with white snow is also mirroring the bad and the good mood of the poet.

Although, the poet has mentioned just three things but with this limited number of things, and limited number of lines, he has explained a pleasant passing memory of a day to day life.